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the right way with the right stuff

 
 
 
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Healthy, delicious snacks are what we do, but we also recognize that it's all about how you do it. We aim for sustainability at every step, starting in the Amazon Rainforest, where our acai is harvested. Read on to learn more about our approach to sustainable snacking, social enterprise, and what Mark Cuban calls "the future of capitalism."   

 

 

acai harvested from the Amazon Rainforest

Our founder served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Amazon Rainforest, and that's where many of our fruits are harvested - in partnership with the local people, to help create economic opportunity that lets them stay true to their culture and way of life, while staying in balance with Mother Nature.

Renewable and sustainable, harvesting acai and other wild fruits gives the indigenous communities a way to make a living, while protecting themselves from exploitation by mining, logging, etc.

 
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certified sustainable

The right stuff in the right way, means healthy, delicious, responsible, and sustainable. It's not either/or, it's building a business from the foundation of caring. From the best organic ingredients, to eco-friendly packaging and production techniques, we are committed to giving you the best - and creating a greener world for the future.

 
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providing Local, Full Wage Jobs to People in Need

Peaceful Fruits is about eco-friendly economic opportunity from the Amazon all the way to Akron, Ohio where we are based. In partnership with two local non profits organizations, Hattie Larlham and Blick Center, we are proud to have created more than 25 full wage jobs for people with disabilities.

 
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And promoting the importance of creating Hope for people with Disabilities Nationally

The Autism Hope Alliance is the first non-profit foundation for Autism to emerge from the natural foods industry. We like that a lot, because we think good food should do good!

Supporting people in need - especially those dealing with issues like Autism and disabilities - is an important part of taking care of our community. And we think business has a big part to play.

 
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